Grob G115

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The Grob G 115 is a general aviation fixed-wing aircraft, primarily used for flight training. It is built in Germany by Grob Aircraft (Grob Aerospace before January 2009). The E variant with a 3-blade variable pitch propeller is in service with the Royal Navy, Army Air Corps and Air Training Corps for Flying Grading (a pre-EFT flying course) and in the Royal Air Force as part of No. 6 Flying Training School (6 FTS) to provide flying to University Air Squadrons. The Tutor was previously used as a tri-service trainer for Elementary Flying Training, before being replaced in 2018 by the Prefect T1.

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  • Australia
    • Australian Flying School
    • China Southern West Australian Flying College
    • Flight Training Adelaide
  • Belgium
    • Aeroclub Keiheuvel
    • Ostende Aviation College
  • Canada
    • Journey Air, Windsor, Ontario
    • Ottawa Aviation Services
  • Egypt
    • Egyptian Air Force
  • Finland
    • Finnish Air Force
  • Kenya
    • Kenyan Air Force
  • Norway
    • Norwegian Aviation College
  • Portugal
    • Aeronautical Web Academy
  • United Arab Emirates
    • United Arab Emirates Air Force
  • United Kingdom
    • British Army
    • Royal Air Force
    • Royal Navy
    • Almat Aviation
    • Lancashire Aero Club
    • Tayside Aviation